Choose one of the following ways to donate:
•Reserve an arts license plate – 70% of state funding for the arts comes from the sale of specialty license plates. Once 500 new arts plates have been sold, they will go into production and be distributed to all who ordered. https://tn4arts.org/state-your-plate-pre-order-today
•Donate to ArtsMemphis -ArtsMemphis funds arts groups and arts education programs throughout Memphis. More than 95% of every dollar raised through the annual campaign is reinvested in the community through arts support. http://www.artsmemphis.org/
•Become a member of Tennesseans for the Arts – Tennesseans for the Arts supports local arts organizations; supports the work of the Tennessee Arts Commission in every city and county; works with legislators to secure funding; assists the Arts Caucus in the General Assembly; and organizes arts advocacy events.
Bring your receipt to any participating arts group in February and receive:
•An ArtsCard from ArtsMemphis offering 2-for-1 ticket discounts
•A special gift from the arts group where you redeem your offer.ArtsDriveFor$35Flyer
Participating Arts Groups: Art for Life’s Sake – Ballet Memphis – Beale Street Caravan – Blues Foundation – Buckman Performing and Fine Arts Center – Center for Southern Folklore – The Cotton Museum – Dance Scholars, Inc. – FuelFilm:Memphis – Germantown Community Theatre – Germantown Performing Arts Centre – Indie Memphis – Levitt Shell – Memphis Black Arts Alliance – Memphis Brooks Museum of Art – Memphis College of Art – Memphis Cultural Arts Enrichment Center – Memphis Music Foundation – Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum – Memphis Symphony Orchestra – Metal Museum – New Ballet Ensemble – Opera Memphis – Orpheum Theatre – Playhouse on the Square – Project: Motion – River City Concert Band – Stax Museum of American Soul Music – Tennessee Shakespeare Company – Theatre Memphis – TheatreWorks – UrbanArt Commission – Voices of the South